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Nashville is the capital of the US state of Tennessee. The city is located
on the Cumberland River in the north central part of the state. Today,
Nashville is a major hub for the music, transportation, publishing,
healthcare, and banking industries, and houses scores of universities and
colleges. Nashville is fondly called 'Athens of the South'. The city is an
apt jumping-off point for exploring rest of the state and is rich in
several recreation and historic attractions.
Things to do in Nashville
Music Row is the heartbeat of Nashville. It is in the downtown Nashville.
Music Row is the epicenter of the music industry of the country. Apart from
quite a lot of souvenir and memorabilia shops and galleries dedicated to
musicians and music, Music Row also features many plaques and memorials of
some of the sites related with music.
Nashville Parthenon, is a globally-known reproduction of Athens' Parthenon.
Nashville Parthenon is a precise full-scale replica of the original Greek
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, set in a building in the center of
downtown Nashville, is home to a multi-media display of historical
performances, instruments, gold records, memorabilia, and costumes. The
colossal windows of the museum look a lot like the keys of piano.
Explore Best Time to Fly to Nashville
The best time to book flights from Fort Lauderdale to Nashville is from
April through October, when the warm weather evokes a new life to the
city's atmosphere. December is charming with Christmas celebrations. From
November to March, tourists can avail lower prices on Nashville flights.